Huge mammoth jaw at least 10,000 years old pulled up from Florida river

A fossil hunter made an astonishing discovery while diving in a Florida river — the fossilized  jawbone of a mammoth. 

John Kreatsoulas, who runs Fossil Junkies Dig and Dive Charters, an organization that runs fossil-hunting trips for the public, discovered the intact fossil while exploring a section of the Peace River near the city of Arcadia.


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